Definition of autography in English:

autography

Line breaks: aut¦og|raphy
Pronunciation: /ɔːˈtɒgrəfi
 
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noun

[mass noun]
  • 1Writing done with one’s own hand.
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    • Then again, we may have no license to read the work any way but abstractly, so heavy in paint and autography is it.
  • 2The facsimile reproduction of writing or illustration.
  • 3 [count noun] An autobiography.
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    • Included were 74 paintings, eleven drawings and etchings, nine autographies and several personal souvenirs.
    • It also covers autographies of the late Chinese leaders of the older generation.
    • She, on the other hand, preferred biographies and autographies.

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